As far as cut and carve projects go, this one tops the list! The project involved the installation of new primary services to serve Jamie Oliver’s new restaurant in Piccadilly London. The space was originally a casino located in the basement of Princes Arcade and the building itself hosts around 20 different tenants making it essential to carefully validate all the services passing through the restaurants demise.
Our works involved the re-coordination and relocation of existing tenant services at roof level and basement demise back to CAT-A to make space for the new restaurant plant whilst not affecting the existing tenants. Our service installation serving both the restaurant and existing tenants included new domestic and public health services; pipe-in-pipe gas installation; LTHW system and supply and extract ventilation to serve the restaurant.